TOC: Ming Qing Studies 2020

A draft of the Ming Qing Studies 2020 has been published! The table of contents follows.

Paolo Santangelo (Sapienza University of Rome)

Chinese Diplomatic Gifts in Russia in 1655-1730: An Aspect of Intercultural Exchange.
by Rostislav BEREZKIN (Fudan University) and Maria L.
MENSHIKOVA (State Hermitage Museum)

Empowering the Marginalised: Images of Knight-errant Courtesans in the Ming Dynasty.
by CHEN Jiani (SOAS, University of London)

Mongol Military Intrusions and the Frontier Officials Selection in Late Ming China.
by GENG Yong (Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences)

The Qing Corpus of Manichaean Texts from Fujian.
by Gábor KÓSA (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)

Confucian Chastity over Authenticity of Feeling: Identity and Emotions in a Rewriting of “Du Shiniang Sinks Her Jewel Box in Anger” in Late Chosŏn Korea.
by KWON Hyuk-chan (Hyuk-chan Kwon, University of Alberta)

Import and Export of Ideas, Beliefs and Tastes in World History: The Case of Confucius in 18th Century Italy.
by Paolo Santangelo (Università Sapienza, Rome)

Local Concern and Classical Learning: Understanding Li Guangpo’s 李光坡 (1651-1723) Ritual
by YAP Sze Sze (National University of Singapore)

Martyrdom, Sexual Autonomy, and “Restrictive Emotionality”: The Making of a Ming Heroine.
by Isaac YUE (Hong Kong University)


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